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Death wobble jeep

Death wobble,46,000miles on it.. no alterations no off roading. Automatic transmission. never used the 4x4. afraid to. It wobbles so bad at 45- 65miles per hr that the whole jeep wobbles out of control an I cant control it. Afraid Im going to get killed. I am a retired lady on social security aND CANT AFFORD EXPENSIVE REPAIRS

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Then your done

All jeep vehicles have had the wobble thing for decades

Unless you waste money on professionals attempting to
find the reasons for the issues, the only way to resolve it,
is start taking the front suspension apart completely & find
something that is worn,basically go thru the entire front end
including the steering & then check out the rear suspension real good

Not likely your working on your own vehicle or paying anyone,
at least any one knowledgeable enough to resolve things

Try the web sites or forums that are jeep related

Keep in mind they are mostly kids that don't know what
they are asking or talking about.

Posted on Mar 29, 2014


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